Rated 2.8 out of 5★ by 5reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5★ by bjax A good unit for the price. When first looking at it it appears that the needles are positioned incorrectly but the needles actually swing 360 degress and will align properly when heat is applied. Running the probe under hot water registered 125degrees for me and was correct when measured against another unit. Works great in the oven. Hand wash only! 02/13/2012
Rated 1 out of 5★ by TWhipple Do not buy My father recently purchased this product from a local Wal-mart. When he showed it to me, I put the probe between both of my hands. The temperature should have registered somewhere around 98 degrees F. The thermometer indicated that the temperature was 178 degrees F. Anyone who purchases this product should verify the accuracy prior to using it. 07/08/2011
Rated 3 out of 5★ by Seaglass34 I have to say that I did not read the directions thoroughly & immersed it in water to wash it, after roasting my Christmas turkey having used it just once. It is half filled with water now, & must be trashed.It was not purchased by me. I will not buy the same one. 12/25/2011
Rated 5 out of 5★ by PageMakerd2 Great for the price Considering the price this is a great meat thermometer that you can actually leave in the meat while oven roasting - not for broiling though! It's a little delicate and should be hand washed only but that's the only drawback 02/06/2012
Rated 1 out of 5★ by ssn708 Beyond useless. First, the "sleeve" doesn't fit the thermometer. Too small to get the thermometer in it (at least on the one I bought). Although the sleeve has a wrench which is intended for calibration, the thermometer itself is not able to be calibrated as every NSF rated meat thermometer should be. As soon as I got this home I put it in a 2.5 pound roast that had been cooking at 200 degrees for only an hour. It was still red on the outside, yet this thermometer said it was 190 degrees, and well done. I pulled it out and let it stand at room temperature for 20 minutes. Apparently my kitchen is 160 degrees. Who knew. 03/06/2013